A Treasury of Humorous Poetry
"Being a compilation of witty, facetious, and satirical verse selected from the writings of British and American poets."
A 1902 collection mostly taken from 19th century poets, and selected mostly because the editor thought they were funny and people would like them.
Mark Twain's blurb: "I should not be able to get along without 'The Treasury of Humorous Poetry', now that I have it and realize its value."
This book is so diverse and contains so many poems that I've decided I should name the files after the page numbers included. The filenames and author fields are a bit long, in consequence.
More poems will be added every week until the collection is complete.